Monday, June 17, 1996

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  • Trent Lott

    Trent Lott, the conservative legislator from Mississippi is now the most powerful member of the Senate — the Majority leader. Lott, who campaigned intensely for the leadership position, is a close ally of House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Joining us to analyze his rapid ascent and this latest generational, ideological and regional shift of power in the Senate.

  • Trent Lott and Republican Fundraising

    Tape of Lott and "The Singing Senators" serenading contributors at a major Republican National Committee fundraiser in Washington D.C. last week.

  • Patricia Ireland and What Women Want

    A new book by Patricia Ireland, What Women Want, the President of the National Organization for Women. In this interview, Ireland talks about her personal evolution as a feminist. She reflect on the successes of NOW as it celebrates its 30th year, lays out NOW’s agenda in the election year, and discusses the debate over affirmative action and welfare reform.

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